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1 Horticulture 2 Unit A: Leadership

2 Program Components Objective:
Develop leadership qualities through participation in the small animal instructional program

3 Components of the Program
Supervised Agricultural Experience explore interest gain work experience Classroom Instruction Laboratory Instruction FFA Student Organization

4 FFA Student Organization
Club or Student Organization Develops Citizenship & Leadership Communication Developed through CDE public speaking creed (freshmen only) agriculture sales poultry, dairy and livestock oral reasons parliamentary procedures

5 FFA Student Organization
This class develops Leadership, so what is Leadership?

6 What is Leadership? Lead and inspire people. Don't try to manage and manipulate people. Inventories can be managed but people must be lead. - Ross Perot Leadership has a harder job to do than just choose sides. It must bring sides together. - Jesse Jackson

7 What is Leadership? The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been. - Henry Kissinger Where there is no vision, the people perish. - Proverbs 29:18 Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power. - Abraham Lincoln

8 Leadership Qualities Objective:
Identify leadership qualities desired by the small animal industry

9 Leadership Qualities Integrity Courage Management Honesty
Willing to go forward under difficult circumstances Management Using people, resources, process to reach a goal

10 Leadership Qualities Unselfishness Loyalty Enthusiasm
Placing the desires and welfare of others above yourself Loyalty Reliable support for an individual, group or cause Enthusiasm Energy to do a job and the inspiration to encourage others

11 Leadership Qualities Plan Knowledge Tact
Able top think through, determine procedures Knowledge Awareness, understanding Tact Enjoying and doing the right thing without offending

12 Leadership Defined Leadership is influence- the ability to obtain followers. - John C. Maxwell

13 Public Speaking Objective:
Describe the major types of speeches and the variables to be considered when presenting speeches.

14 Parts of a Good Speech Conclusion Introduction Body

15 Prepared vs Extemporaneous
Types of Speeches To inform To persuade To integrate introductions welcome speeches Prepared vs Extemporaneous

16 Things to consider... Purpose Analyze the audience Occasion Content
why are you giving the speech Analyze the audience Occasion Content Composition

17 Delivery Voice pitch quality articulation pronunciation force
over pronounce each word force may the force be with you

18 Delivery Stage presence appearance poise attitude confidence
always positive confidence but not over confident personality posture

19 Delivery Power of expression fluency sincerity emphasis directness
conveyance of thought and meaning

20 Delivery Response to questions accurately ability to think quickly
If you can not answer a question: “That is an interesting question, however, I am not sure of the answer at this time.”

21 Delivery General effect interesting understandable convincing pleasing
holds attention

22 Conducting a Business Meeting
Objective: Analyze the role of Robert’s Rules of Order in conducting a business meeting

23 Conducting A Business Meeting
Objective Analyze the role that Robert’s Rules of Order plays in the orderly conduct of business

24 What is Parliamentary Procedure?
Parliamentary procedure is a systematic way of organizing meetings. Parliamentary procedure is governed by Robert’s Rules of Order.

25 Parliamentary Law Robert’s Rule of Order
Rules for conducting a meeting Assures that all sides are treated fairly and that everyone has the opportunity to discuss and vote

26 Parliamentary Law Main Objective: Focus on one item at a time
Extend courtesy to everyone Observe the rule of the majority Ensure the rights of the minority

27 Methods of Voting Voice Rising Secret Ballot Roll Call

28 Voting Single majority Two-thirds majority
one vote more than 50% of the votes cast Two-thirds majority 2/3 of the members must be for the motion usually used when the rights of the members are limited

29 Voting Quorum number of members required to conduct business

30 Gavel Symbol of authority Meaning of the taps 1 tap means to be seated
2 taps means the meeting is called to order 3 taps means that members should stand Series of taps “be quite and orderly”

31 Table of Motions Highest Lowest Privileged Incidental Subsidiary
Unclassified Lowest

32 The Gavel The president uses the gavel to control aspects of the meeting. The number of taps determines the meaning.

33 Presiding Officer Chapter FFA President Must be fair and impartial
Must relinquish the chair when the president desires to discuss business

34 Motions

35 Main Motion Used to get group approval for a new project or some other course of action Wording: “I move” NOT “I make a motion”

36 Main Motion Requires second Debatable Amendable Majority vote required
Can be reconsidered

37 Amendments Used to change a main motion
3 ways to amend: addition, substitution, striking out Wording: “I move to amend the motion”

38 Amendments Requires second Debatable Amendable Majority vote required
Can be reconsidered

39 Adjourn Used to end a meeting Wording: “I move to adjourn”

40 Adjourn Cannot be debated Cannot be amended Cannot be reconsidered
Requires second Requires majority vote

41 Appeal Changes a decision made by the chair
Wording: “I appeal the decision of the chair”

42 Appeal Requires a second Debatable Can be reconsidered Not amendable
Majority vote required

43 Point of Order Used when one believes a parliamentary error has been made Wording: “I rise to a point of order”

44 Point of order Not debatable Amendable Does not require second
Cannot be reconsidered No vote required

45 Division of the House Calls for a counted vote
Wording: “I call for a division of the house.”

46 Division of the House Not debatable Amendable Does not require second
Cannot be reconsidered No vote required

47 Lay on the table To postpone a motion to the next meeting
Motion must be taken from the table at the next meeting to be discussed Wording: “I move to lay this motion on the table”

48 Lay on the table Requires second Not debatable Not amendable
Cannot be reconsidered Majority vote

49 Previous question Used to stop debate and vote
Wording: “I move to previous question”

50 Previous question Second required Not debatable Not amendable
Can be reconsidered before vote 2/3 vote required

51 Refer to committee Used to gain more information on a motion before voting Wording: “I move to refer this motion to a committee to report at our next meeting.”

52 Refer to committee Second required Debatable Amendable
Can be reconsidered Majority vote


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